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    Default Ullet Road Fairies?!

    I don't know where to start this one!

    I remember when I was younger, my mum had a book (i think it must have been from the library), and it definitely had something about a house on Ullet Road (I am sure it was number 9), and there had been reports of fairies in the garden.

    That is really all I know,and can remember.
    My mum reminded me of this last week, and she can't remember anything else either.
    I just wonder if anyone else knows anything??


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    You ain't mixing it up at all with the Cottingly Fairies??

    http://www.museumofhoaxes.com/photos/cottingley.html

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    no jona not at all...although that is a great story!

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    Or the Fairy Bridge in the Isle of Man?

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    no! definitely not! you have been ringing too many bells!!

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    you have been ringing too many bells!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MissInformed View Post
    I don't know where to start this one!

    I remember when I was younger, my mum had a book (i think it must have been from the library), and it definitely had something about a house on Ullet Road (I am sure it was number 9), and there had been reports of fairies in the garden.

    That is really all I know,and can remember.
    My mum reminded me of this last week, and she can't remember anything else either.
    I just wonder if anyone else knows anything??
    Hi MissInformed

    I am pretty sure the Mersey ferries never came that far inshore!

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    Default 9 Ullet Road (Parkside).

    I haven't heard of fairies in Ullet Road. (The mind boggles).

    9 Ullet Road is the house next to the Ullet Road entrance to Princes Park.
    I can't find any references at the moment, but I'm sure it contained a Turkish Baths, open to the public.
    Make of that what you will!
    Last edited by PhilipG; 12-27-2006 at 05:33 PM.

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    At the unveiling of the Peter Pan sculpture in Sefton Park, there were girls dressed as fairies dancing around the statue according to a postcard of the unveiling . .

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    nice pic link chris. but nothing to do with the ullet road thing im afraid.

    carrie

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    I'm afraid I can't bring myself to believe in fairies, goblins, elves, gnomes or leprechauns or whatever and even Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in his rush to believe was fooled by two young mischievious girls

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